Professor Frank Interviewed on Climate Change Policy on Capital Public Radio
On March 9, Professor of Environmental Practice Richard Frank ’74 was interviewed on Capital Public Radio’s Insight with Beth Ruyak on the subject of past and future California climate change policy. Professor Frank spoke in connection with King Hall Environmental Law Society’s annual Environmental Law Symposium, this year entitled, “California Climate Law & Policy: View to 2030.” Also participating in the Capitol Public Radio program with Professor Frank was Dr. Ben Houlton, Director of UC Davis’ John Muir Institute for the Environment.
Professor Frank also spoke at the March 10 2017 UC Davis Environmental Law Symposium, moderating a panel titled, “The Future of Personal Transportation in California: Zero Emission Vehicles and Alternative Mobility.” Frank also was a participant in another Symposium Panel on “California’s Foreign Policy on Climate Change,” where he was joined on the panel by fellow King Hall Professors Al Lin, Lesley McAllister and Darien Shanske.
Frank is a leader in the field of environmental law and the founding Director of the California Environmental Law and Policy Center at UC Davis School of Law.